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Nowadays, is it possible to get onto a competitive graduate scheme with a well-known company with a 2:1 or a first in a bachelor's degree in a STEM subject from a Russell Group university but no master's degree? How likely is it?
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It's possible yes but likelihood will depend on a number of factors. You need to apply and see.
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Nowadays, is it possible to get onto a competitive graduate scheme with a well-known company with a 2:1 or a first in a bachelor's degree in a STEM subject from a Russell Group university but no master's degree? How likely is it?
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Thank you for your reply. I have just finished my second year on a 4-year integrated master's degree programme but I think that I want to do the 3-year bachelor's degree instead and then go on to apply for a mixture of graduate schemes and master's programmes which I have more of an interest in. Do you think that this is a sensible approach to take? Funding may be an issue with a postgraduate master's degree.
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It's possible yes but likelihood will depend on a number of factors. You need to apply and see.
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You need to check your eligibility for a loan for a postgrad masters but as above no one can predict whether you will get anywhere with grad schemes or not. You need to apply and see. Doing a masters in something you are more interested in is definitely sensible either which way.
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Thank you for your reply. I have just finished my second year on a 4-year integrated master's degree programme but I think that I want to do the 3-year bachelor's degree instead and then go on to apply for a mixture of graduate schemes and master's programmes which I have more of an interest in. Do you think that this is a sensible approach to take? Funding may be an issue with a postgraduate master's degree.
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